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Monday 26 December 2011
A 100ft underwater turbine destined to form part of a major tidal energy project has been installed in the sea around Orkney.
Friday 09 December 2011
The single day of hurricane-force winds that battered Scotland could cost the country's economy around £100 million, business experts have warned.
Wednesday 07 December 2011
Parts of Britain are braced for more snow, sleet and hail today as the winter cold snap continues to bite.
Saturday 30 July 2011
Beyond the north coast of Scotland, this windswept yet beautiful archipelago brims with history and wildlife, says <b>Simon Calder </b>
Monday 25 July 2011
Saturday 04 June 2011
Wednesday 18 May 2011
London 2012's Olympic torch relay will start in Land's End and travel as far as the outer Hebrides on an 8,000-mile journey to the stadium.
Saturday 07 May 2011
Britain’s finest produce faces long, hard road to gain legal recognition of its name in Europe
Tuesday 22 March 2011
They might be just two fledgling cheeses, but Traditional Ayrshire Dunlop and Orkney Island cheddar could soon have a mighty ally – protection from the European Union. The Dunlop and the Cheddar (which, presumably, will upset those in the West Country who believe cheddar comes only from near the Somerset village of that name), are among the latest British applicants for Protected Food Name status, which gives them a legal defence against imitation.
Monday 21 March 2011
Two scottish cheese companies are attempting legally to protect the names of their produce to stop other firms cashing in on their brands.
Sunday 16 January 2011
Wednesday 15 December 2010
The magical Orkney Islands are located off the north coast of Scotland. An archipelago made up of 70 ruggedly beautiful islands and skerries, Orkney is one of the furthest flung provinces of the British Isles, and one of Scotland’s greatest natural wonders.
Tuesday 16 November 2010
A referendum on whether to ditch the first-past-the-post voting system will go ahead next May after Labour peers failed narrowly in an attempt to derail the Government's timetable.
Sunday 08 August 2010
Open-water swimming is one of the fastest-growing sports in the British Isles. It beats the pants – or the Speedos – off doing lengths in the municipal pools that proliferated after the Second World War. As guru figure Roger Deakin wrote in his popular book Waterlog, river swimming provides an escape from "endlessly turning back on myself like a tiger pacing its cage". It's an opportunity to discover your inner tiger (no, not that one), to get back to nature or, in the case of skinny-dipping, back to naturism. As it did for the Victorians and Edwardians, it provides respite from rampant industrialisation. Unless, that is, you swallow a mouthful of factory discharge while getting your feet tangled up in a shopping trolley.
Rooms with a view (but not much else): What's the attraction of living on a distant island or windswept glen?
Friday 11 June 2010
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
Immigrants make UK racist, says Ukip councillor Trevor Shonk
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Katie Hopkins speaks out on childhood obesity: 'Parents of fat children should be prosecuted for child cruelty'
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